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Developer applies to build 1,800 homes in Stevenage town centre

Developer applies to build 1,800 homes in Stevenage town centre

A planning application has been submitted to build 1,800 homes in a part of Stevenage town centre that has hitherto largely been used for retail, leisure, car parking, transport nodes and social infrastructure facilities.

Government reveals 14 pilot areas for high streets regeneration taskforce

Government reveals 14 pilot areas for high streets regeneration taskforce

The government has unveiled the first 14 places that will pilot its programme to rejuvenate failing high streets and town centres.

Green light for co-living developer's 22-storey east London hotel scheme

Green light for co-living developer's 22-storey east London hotel scheme

Plans for a 22-storey hotel-led scheme in east London have been given conditional approval, two years after the applicant secured permission for a 'co-living' scheme on the same site.

High Court dismisses challenge to green belt Legoland expansion consent

High Court dismisses challenge to green belt Legoland expansion consent

A High Court judge has dismissed a legal challenge against the expansion of the Legoland resort in the Berkshire green belt, ruling that council members' reasons to approve - against a recommendation to refuse from planners - were "adequate and intelligible".

Go-ahead for 5,000-seat Gloucs stadium outside settlement boundary

Go-ahead for 5,000-seat Gloucs stadium outside settlement boundary

A Gloucestershire council has approved plans for a new 5,000 capacity stadium for Forest Green Rovers Football Club, despite the proposed location sitting outside the defined settlement limits.

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